French: Rouloul sanglant German: Rotkopfwachtel Spanish: Perdicilla cabecirroja
Lawas River, Borneo.
Mountains of N Borneo.
c. 25 cm; one male 330 g. Crimson head, neck and breast, as well as terminal portion of longest undertail-coverts, and otherwise blackish plumage very distinctive; bill... read more
Song a repeated double note “whu-kweng...whu-kweng..whu-kweng…”, with the second note harsh and... read more
Inhabits lower montane forest, including poor quality forest in sandy areas and alluvial forest;... read more
Food and feeding
Berries and insects, and also small crustaceans recorded in diet.
Very poorly known. Earliest reported laying mid Jan, with young recorded in Apr and a male in breeding condition in mid Mar. Nests in ... read more
No information available.
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened (Least Concern). Mace Lande: vulnerable. Previously considered Near Threatened. Locally common but range much reduced and population therefore assumed... read more
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